If you want to fix the sols PEN to euro rate for your trip to France, the best thing you can do is book online on the website of the chosen holiday money supplier.
Additionally, by doing so you avoid the possible fees that some currency providers in France charge you when you change sols PEN for euros directly in one of their branches.
In France if you reserve online on your bank's website or App, you will still be charged their holiday money fee of around 2 to 3%, and you will pay at the exchange rates of the day of collection, not those of the day of the online reservation.
The PEN-EUR price changes every day. The currencies of countries with more stable economies change less, and vice-versa. Nevertheless it is also necessary to weigh in situations such as the Ukraine war or Brexit, major sporting events or economic crisis, which can impact the forex rates of a specific currency, like the Peruvian Nuevo Soles, right away.
Nevertheless, most banks and currency suppliers usually change the price at which they buy or sell PENs once a day, early in the morning.
We always have its travel money rates updated, so that you browse the best information available on exchange rates.
Indeed. You can order your Peruvian soles for euros in the online store of a currency provider that has an online resevation service.
Additionally, they will propose you the possibility of booking online and picking your euros at one of their offices.
For your information prices vary daily so it will be optimal to book online the same day you will head to the store to sell your PEPEGILLO2 in exchange for euros.
Travel money suppliers in France usually cap the maximum amount of foreign currency to be bought from Peruvian Nuevo Soles to euro to the equivalent in euros to 3,000 to 6,000 € per calendar quarter.
This is a requirement the AML regulations. If you want to change a higher amount of sols PEN to Euros, we advise you to speak directly with the travel money provider.
They might require from you additional documentation and proof of the origins of your sols PEN (identity document, passport, certificate of professional activity, income statements, etc.).
Usually, when we wish to sell soles to euros in France we only think of banks. Neverthelss we tend to forget that practically nearly all french banks impose on you a a margin on the soles that you sell them, as well as, a fixed commission of 3% (with a minimum of six to ten euros).
This makes the foreign currency exchange more expensive and almost always it is much more interesting to exchange holiday money at a high street foreign exchange provider. These businesses offer the possibility of changing your soles to euros via click and collect.
Regarding the airport, it is always the least interesting option for it is much more expensive than the currency providers based out of these premises.
After your trip, you can exchange your leftover currency, only banknotes, never loose coins, (soles in this case) at your bank or your closest travel money provider.
Look at the PEN-EUR rates firstly and make a comparison on our website to find out the most interesting location. If you go to your bank, keep in mind that your bank will impose on you, once again, a fee near to 3per cent with a minimum of 6 to 9 Euros (the greater of the two).
The operation of the PEN-EUR currency exchange is easy to comprehend. Foreign currency notes are physical goods that circulate around the world. Some currencies, such as the dollar or the pound, are very well distributed, and others not so much.
The more difficult it is to get a currency, the more costly it will be to acquire it. One of the reasons for this is that some countries restrict the how much currency you can leave the country with.
If you are going to sell sols PEN for euros, we recommend you to compare rates at the airport, at your bank and at currency supplier. And much better, to observe those rates in our website.
Comparer Devise does not recommend changing to euros at the french airports. This should be your last alternative, as it is the least cheap.
We also do not recommend doing a PEN-EUR currency exchange in a french bank because almost all banks in France apply to you a 3% commission, with a minimum (whichever is higher) quantity between 6 and 10 euros. Lest you have the power to negotiate with them avoiding the commission.
Most of the time, to do a PEN-EUR currency exchange, the European antimoney laundering norms require foreign currency suppliers to know their customers (KYC (Know Your Customer)). This means that you will need to identify yourself as a seller or buyer with a an updated and valid identity document (resident´s ID card (carte nationale d´identité) or passport).
If you wish to change soles to euros you only need to select soles in our currency purchase form, tab Sell Currency. Next type in the amount you want to change and select your town so that we can show you the nearest currency exchange office.
Comparer Devise will display the outcome of the different currency suppliers, ordered from more interesting to less appealing. We will also show you the average rate at french high street banks and at the airports (if they manage).